journal (chrome extension)

Miro

Jira

Adobe Programs (Photoshop, Lightroom, After effects, Illustrator, XD, InDesign, Media Encoder, Portfolio, Colour)

NordVPN

Notes

Medium

Anchor

Substack

Siteground

Wordpress

Apps — Slider Revolution, WP Bakery

Twitter (follow intelligent people)

Youtube (watch people who are useful to your research, what you are learning)

Skillshare

Discord

Reddit

Voice notes

Linktree

Mooc Courses

Also perhaps useful for others

Blocksite

Zoom

Things I never use (unless I have to)

Instagram

Facebook

Generally speaking, the more addictive it is for you, the more to steer clear of it. Tools are only tools if you can use them, not the other way around.

Newspapers/anything remotely political

These things usually just trap you in consternation. Ignoring the news does not mean that its events lack importance, but just that they are not the priority for your life. You have your own direction to go to make a difference in the world, and if constant rolling news is making you fearful, anxious, time-waste, and despairing, then this is probably just a hinderance to you and everyone else. Keeping focused on what is relevant to your life, and your mission (should you have one at heart), this is more pertinent.

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Other outside mentions (because they’re not digital)

Books

notebooks (tonnes and tonnes of notebooks) to write down ideas, and literally anything else that warrants storing

Podcasts (I don’t usually listen)

Talking to people

and the most underrated of all

independent observation

imagination

and, in short, anything you can find

And something that is not a tool

Relaxation

meditatation

self-observation and reflection

compassion

acceptance

love

will

sleep

candles

other stuff that can’t be put into words, and never should be